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Local organisations and families
- You can go straight to any of the sites below by clicking on the web address
St.Botolph’s Church The Grade 1 listed Parish Church of Grimston
St.Andrew’s Church, Congham Congham’s Parish Church is in St.Andrew’s Lane
Repeat Prescription Orderline You can book your repeat prescription here if you are a patient of Grimston Medical Centre and have your user name and password to hand (collected from the Medical Centre)
Archaeology of each of the 3 parishes Norfolk Archaeology have published a report on each parish in the county, including Grimston, Congham and Roydon. You can read them, and contact the Archaeological Unit with further information. Beyond that there’s always wikipedia!
Grimston has 6 fine church bells Many groups of ringers visit Grimston every year to ring the fine bells
King’s Lynn & W. Norfolk Borough Council Information and statistics on the area
Grimston connection with Virginia USA One of Grimston’s residents went to Jamestown in the 1600’s and made a big name for himself.
Exploits of a Grimston son in the USA Adam Thorowgood of Grimston born 1604
Adam Thorowgood’s Congham inspiration One of the members of the Spelman family of Congham was Henry Spelman, one of the first settlers of Virginia
World Championship Snail racing This famous event which forms part of the Congham Fete each July, on Grimston Cricket Club’s pitch on Lynn Road, Congham/Grimston on the third Saturday of July (for the date see the events calendar)
A book has been produced of articles from parish magazines from the early years of the last century (1908-1933) including Grimston and Congham with some contemporary photos. We have copies at £7.99 (from which a small commission goes to our churches) or you can order from the website
Businesses based operating in the local area